Executive Management Team

Ariel King Lovett, MNA, Chief Executive Officer
Previously Deputy CEO, Ariel became CEO at Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) August 1, 2018.  She oversees strategic planning and program development, and spearheads CoRR’s grant funding, fundraising, outreach, and community relations. Ariel holds a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Administration from the University of San Francisco. Ariel has served in Nevada County social services for over 15 years, developing, funding, and managing numerous family support and community health  initiatives.  A Nevada Union Alumna, Ariel graduated with honors from the University of California and worked in the health information field in the San Francisco Bay Area. Later, she returned to Nevada City where she lives with her husband and two beautiful children, and horses, dogs, cats, and chickens. Ariel is passionate about establishing  environments, systems, programs and policies to support  healthy communities.

Warren Daniels, M.A., LAADC, CCJP, Chief Strategy Officer

@Warren CAADAC Conf (2)Warren Daniels, M.A., LAADC, CCJP, formerly Chief Executive Officer for Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) since 2002, and has been with CoRR since 1995. On August 1st, 2018 he handed over the reins to Ariel Lovett. He will now serve as Chief Strategy Officer for CoRR and as CEO of the CoRR Foundation (founded in 2007).

In addition to being a Licensed Advanced Addictions Counselor (LAADC), Warren earned an MA in Counseling of Addictive Disorders, in 2010; is an International Certified Addictions Counselor (ICADC), a National Certified Addictions Counselor (NCAC I), and is a graduate of the Sierra Health Foundation (USC) Health Leadership Institute.

As a volunteer he currently serves as Treasuer of the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP) and California Delegate for the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium of Alcohol and Drug Counselors (IC&RC); he is the past Chairman of the Society of Addiction Professionals (SCAP), past Chairman of the California Foundation for the Advancement of Addiction Professionals (CFAAP), and past President of California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC). Warren has previously served on the ADP’s Directors Advisory Committee and ADP’s Counselor Certification Advisory Committee as well as doing work on legislative affairs with IC&RC and CAADAC. Warren has provided testimony on both the State and Federal levels on workforce issues, service provision, and integration of substance abuse with other primary and specialty care health disciplines.

Warren has received numerous awards during his past 25 years of service to the Substance Abuse Counseling Profession and Treatment industry; most notably are the 2001 James Fulton Memorial Award, recognizing him as California’s outstanding alcohol and drug counselor for that year, 2006 Leadership Award from the California Probation Chief’s Association, 2008 California Rural Health Champion Award, 2009 Rotary Humanitarian of the Year Award, 2010 Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs Innovation in Treatment Award, 2012 California Association of County Administrators Innovation in Service Delivery Award, and multiple Congressional Service Awards.

Warren maintains his primary focus is to ensure access to quality care and the provision of professional services to all those experiencing substance abuse and related behavioral health issues. He strives towards transforming rural communities by changing how recovery services are delivered. Warren is the visionary and leader in the development of the Campus concept, a national model which develops wellness centers focused on substance abuse and related behavioral health disorders in communities and placed in close proximity to hospitals. In pursuit of the latter Warren grew CoRR, which once had 20 staff and an annual budget of $500,000, to a regional organization of over 140 staff (serving a daily enrollment in all sites and programs of 2000 clients) and now with an annual budget of $9.5 million.

Warren is a true champion of change through his incredible dedication, compassion, creativity, leadership, and is an expert in transforming vision into a reality, and through doing so, changing lives, communities, and enhancing a system of care that provides services to 15% of the population that drives 58% of all health care costs in our nation.

Elaine Ebbert, Operations Director
Elaine joined CoRR in August 2005 and oversees the administrative functions of the agency, which includes human resources, contract management, licensing/safety compliance and facilities management for CoRR’s numerous locations. In February 2010, she graduated from a year long Women’s Health Leadership program affiliated with the Center for Collaborative Planning based in Sacramento. She graduated the NCCLI program in 2011. Prior to joining CoRR, she resided in Auburn and managed a family business before making a career change to the insurance industry for 8 years, specializing in non-profit risk management.